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Creepy Wrapping Paper

I usually make my own creepy wrapping paper because it can be pretty hard to find. I did come across this book of creepy wrapping papers that measures 27″ x 18″ with all of the papers perforated for easy removal thats really cool and different. If you have a big gift though, I guess you’re shit out of luck. Get your wrapping book here.

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Baby Head Bowl

Who knew random baby heads and body parts could be so creepy? I found this shop on Etsy called SusanKniffinDavidson. She makes some wonderfully odd ceramic items most notably these upside down baby head bowls. I just love them! I want a whole set. Can you imagine putting these out for your soup at Christmas dinner? They are very appropriate since you are celebrating a birth, but I can’t imagine my parents finding that very funny or anyone else in my extended family for that matter. You can order one here.


Brain Cupcakes

When I was a kid we always colored eggs for Easter and built gingerbread houses for Christmas. I always thought we should do something special for Halloween. Halloween was not a big thing in our house and my parents were never interested in doing anything special. For many years my daughter and I have made cookies shaped like headstones, but this year we have something more fun planned. We are making Brains Cupcakes and maybe the Zombie Cupcakes that they also make. Come on people! Start a tradition with your kids and make something special so they will always remember that Halloween is so much cooler than Christmas and Easter. They are available at your nearest Cost Plus/World Market and here.


Skull Corkscrew

I’m not a huge fan of the Day of the Dead sugar style skulls. The skulls end up looking too sweet (no pun intended). They always seem to be covered in bright pretty flowers and designs. Don’t get me wrong I understand why they look like that, but as a style it’s not my thing. My thing, if you haven’t already guessed, is being scary. You know, as in Scary Jane? Well, I guess more kinda creepy actually, but Creepy Jane didn’t have that same ring to it. Anyway, people call me Scary Jane, so it makes more sense. Now that we have that squared away you’ll understand why I am calling this ultra cool bottle opener a Skull Corkscrew instead of a Day of the Dead Corkscrew. I really like the way it looks, especially the arms and hands. Plus he seems more creepy than cute to me, so I’m going with it. Take it or leave it, but you can get your own here.


Chocolate Zombie Bunny

Just in time for Easter this weekend I present the Chocolate Zombie Bunny. What small child wouldn’t be thrilled to find this in their basket come Easter morning? After your annual Easter viewing of Night of the Living Dead you and your little one can practice the best way to kill a zombie bunny by eating the head first. Order yours here so your child can be prepared for the next zombie bunny invasion.


Cthulhu Roaster

It may be a little early to start thinking about camping or even barbecuing for that matter, but a lot depends on what part of the world you live in. If you live in Australia, for example, then it’s the perfect time. In other words don’t judge me for today’s post. I have my reasons for posting what I do and as soon as I have figured out this one you’ll be the first to know. I’m a little bitchy today, so watch out! Anyway, I found this handy dandy little Cthulhu Weenie Roaster while I was searching for a gift for Scary Hubby over the holidays and I have been obsessed with it ever since. How can you not be? It’s a freakin weenie roaster in the shape of Cthulhu! To me it looks more like a skull with some freaky long teeth, but who cares? This is the perfect gift for that creepy guy in your life that has everything. And just think, whenever he’s cooking you a weenie it’ll be plumped and cooked to perfection. Now that’s how I like my weenie!

* See Wikipedia if you don’t know who or what a Cthulhu is.

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